Aplications Systems

WELDING SYSTEMS

  • MIG

Arc welding process under a protective gas consumable electrode. The arc is produced by an electrode formed by a continuous thread and the bonded, this being protected from the surrounding atmosphere by an inert gas this sentance does not make sense.

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  • SPOT

Resistance welding method that is based on pressure and temperature, in which a part of the parts to be welded is heated by electric current near the melting temperature and a pressure is exerted in between.

  • LASER

The laser beam welding (LBW, laser-beam welding) is a process of fusion welding that uses the energy supplied by a laser beam to melt and recrystallize the material or materials to be joined, obtaining the corresponding union between the elements involved.

The high pressure and high temperature caused by the absorption of energy of plasma, continues while the head movement is produced by dragging the “drop” plasma surrounded with molten throughout the weld material.

It is used mainly for welding:

  • Parts of transmissions in the automotive industry.
  • Large parts unit.
  • large series and with good finishes.
  • Appliances Parts.
  • Aluminum, titanium or nickel parts for aircraft industry.
  • Pressure Vessels.

ADDITIONAL APPLICATIONS

  • Stamp and glue dispenser application
  • Hemming:
    Is a process by which a metal sheet edge of an outer part is bent around an inner part.
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    Benefits of Roller Hemming Process

    Flexibility:
    Industrial robots offer greater accessibility. They can reach narrow and curved areas with ease. They can be quickly reprogrammed to handle new parts, and tooling can be switched lo meet different hemming requirements. Press machines, on the other hand: are more difficult to customize, so more of them are needed.Affordability :
    Compared with the expense of housing and purchasing a press machine(s) a single industrial robot with interchangeable tooling is much more cost-effective.Space-Saving:
    Unlike large press machines, robots have extremely compact footprints. Conserve space and save with robotic hemming.Quality:
    With robotic hemming, the metal (typically aluminum or steel) is rolled: not pressed into place. This allows the metal’s structure to remain intact. The rolling method does not create friction so the metal being hemmed doesn’t wear down.Hemming is the process of folding metal to create a finished edge.
  • Machine tending
    Machine tending in the metalworking industry is commonplace. Whether the process is turning, milling, grinding, broaching or boring, a robot can precisely load and unload parts, removing the inconsistencies of a manual process. Robotic machine tending is not limited to metals; it offers benefits to manufacturers also working with polymers, ceramics and composites.